Kafka reports, “‘He would flip on something so fast that you would forget that he was the one taking the 180 degree polar [opposite] position the day before,’ Cook told Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. ‘I saw it daily. This is a gift, because things do change, and it takes courage to change. It takes courage to say, ‘I was wrong.’ I think he had that.'”
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